Source: AndrewTranWebsite When Game of Thrones meets up with Star Wars…
ROGUE ONE’s ending is not what we think it is, according to Gareth Edwards. Here’s what he had to say about it: “Events take place that just shatter her life and send her off to basically be raised as a soldier in the midst of a war. She ends up not the person she was supposed to be.” Her journey is also a very Star Wars-y one: to redeem the sins of the father. “Even though we’re not telling the story of Luke Skywalker, it was important to me that we capture the same themes and emotion. But the film doesn’t unfold how you think. It’s not the same path as Star Wars.” Thanks to Entertainment Weekly for the new still.
Source: ComingSoonWebsite “Walt Disney Pictures and Lucasfilm have today revealed a special Rogue One IMAX standee that, at this very moment, is on display at IMAX theaters across the country. Not only does the standee include some hidden messages in the Star Wars language Aubresh, it offers fans a chance to win their own private Rogue One IMAX screening! All one must do in order to enter the IMAX contest is to take a selfie in front of one of the standees. Click here for a list of participating IMAX theaters and for contest details.” “Though much of the text remains either coded or gibberish, six different lines read as follows: “Join the Empire” “Submit to our will” “All power to the Empire” “Crush the Rebellion in one swift stroke” “This station is the ultimate power in the universe” “There will be no one to stop us this time.”” Click pics for highres version.
Kinda cool right?
Source: ILMChallenge “Industrial Light & Magic, Wacom et ArtStation teamed up to give thousands of artists the opportunity to experience the thrill of working as a concept artist in the world of Star Wars with the ILM Art Department. Through a series of challenges including The Moment, The Ride, and The Job, ILM’s Art Directors challenged artists to imagine key moments, new vehicle designs, character and droid designs, and epic battles within the Star Wars universe. It was a harsh and long battle, with almost 4000 participating artists, and 23 591 images created, in the very same conditions and deadline as a real movie production.” Check out thousands of entries HERE, just amazing!
Source: SideshowCollectibles “We’re going to go a little rogue on this one (eh?!) and introduce the latest member of Sideshow’s Sixth Scale Star Wars Droid collection – C2-B5. ”